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Aug 31, 2013 6:30am PDT
to fly. >>> we are back at the top of the hour, but up next, president obama offers a warning on the use of chemical weapons, so now is the red line blurred by red ink? "your money" starts now. >> i am christine romans, and this is "your money." the president has drawn a red line, and there is undeniable evidence syria crossed pb line, but is that red line clouded by red ink? the u.s. is a nation of tired after 12 years of fighting, more than 8,000 coalition deaths in iraq and afghanistan, and 50,000 wounded and the most expensive wars ever, $1.4 trillion spent, and the biggest bills have not yet come due. a harvard study finds the final price tag will be 4 to $6 trillion, and that's after the long-term costs, and considering who is taken into account. so much blood and treasure spilled in afghanistan, and how does the shadow of wars cloud the president's ability to act in syria? >> i think if he does decide to strike, a decision to take precision, limited strikes, and beyond that it will inform his choice as they have made clear to make sure that this is a narrow and contained action an
Aug 31, 2013 11:00am PDT
, the president of the united states making it clear he has authorized the use of force in syria, but he's not going to go forward with that execute order until -- until -- congress acts. they're not scheduled to come back from their recess until monday, september 9, then he has the commitment of the democratic and republican leadership in the house and senate. they will take up this resolution that would give the president authority to go ahead and launch a military strike against syria to punish syria for its alleged use of chemical weapons against its own people. so clearly, even though the president has made a decision to go ahead, even though the president has made a decision to go ahead and use military force, he has decided to wait to execute that order until congress comes back, and that could be at least ten days or so from now, if not longer, depending on how long it takes congress to consider such a resolution. and there is by no means a guarantee the president will win that vote in the house of representatives, especially -- likely he probably will win in the senate, not 100%
Aug 18, 2013 12:00pm PDT
, the choice you need to make now if you want to take part in the future. >> if you could choose not to give us this information but if you give it to us we can do a better job of making better services for you. >> not everyone who is watching you in the digital age has your best interests at heart. how can you protect yourself. christine romans has answers. "your money" starts right now. >>> big brother is watching you, and so are chinese hackers, identity thieves and tech hackers. technology is moving forward but security is sometimes left behind. in the rush to create gadgets, manufacturers are leaving security holes hackers can use to attack you and your families. then there are the companies you trust your data to. you don't pay for facebook or g mail but those companies are sailing something, selling you. they scan your profile for ads and the more they know about you the more they pay. consumer groups were outraged after google filed a legal motion this summer and in it they referenced a 1979 supreme court ruling that said a person has no legitimate expectation of privacy in information
Aug 10, 2013 11:00am PDT
with us. you get to leave with these special parting gifts. >> have you seen this interesting article. >> coming up, mark zuckerberg has mostly shied away from politics until now. >> this is something that we believe is really important for the future of our country and for us to do what's right. >> why he and other titans of technology are pushing for immigration reform. that's coming up next. [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads. right now, get a 2013 chevrolet volt for around $269 per month. lecoca-cola is partneringg. with nashville parent and charlotte parent magazines, along with the mayors of those cities, in the fit family challenge. a community wide program that offers free classes that inspire families to get out, enjoy moving together, and even track their activity online. it's part of our goal to inspire more than three m
Aug 17, 2013 11:00am PDT
is behind us, but the recovery isn't so great. i'm christine romans and this is "your money." first, housing. goldman sachs says all cash deals are half the market right now. wealthy investors, buyers from china, canada, south america, pumping up recent housing data. average americans may be getting priced out. in the second quarter, when you look at this, more than two-thirds of all the homes sold in the u.s. were affordable. for families making $56,000 a year, that's the median u.s. income. but you can see how that affordability is falling. next, the labor market. nearly 5 million net new jobs have been created near the end of the recession four years ago, but look at the jobs that were lost. mostly middle wage jobs right here, and the jobs we're creating, mostly lower wage positions. and finally, cute but costly. children. for a middle-income family is costs $241,000 to raise a child. that's from birth to age 18. that cost has surged 23% adjusted for inflation and includes things like housing, food, health care, as well as toys and computers. those of you in the northeast are probably goi
Aug 4, 2013 12:00pm PDT
schmidt say they've got the jobs, they just can't find u.s. workers capable of filling them. >> the core problem in america is the system is not producing right people. there's plenty of jobs for sophisticated manufacturing, technical training, either vocational training that's high end, running numerical control milling machines. they're in short supply. in oil and gas production, energy, technology is being held back by americans who can't do this. you fix it by offering more education. >> at what point will it ever be just not on the margin, that we're making high-tech things in the united states but there really will be a manufacturing sur jens especially in the consumer tech of big, big numbers of jobs? >> it's going to be hard for the very high volume commodity stuff. frankly it's easier to be done. those are not the high value jobs anyway. we're losing low value and gaining high value jobs. that's the great american story. it's completely dependent upon education and investment. we can do this. >> you've also said, here we have this trend in america where we bring in the best and
Aug 11, 2013 12:00pm PDT
and he agrees with steven spielberg's vision of the future. >> what used to be the movie business, now it will be the television business which actually has nothing to do with television. >> reporter: amc's "breaking bad," "game of thrones"" and "homeland are drawing viewers away from the video. whats the future for movie-goers who have big ideas but perhaps smaller wallets. spike lee has been telling original stories for decades from "do the right thing" to "inside man" one of my favorites. what does the future look like for directors who don't want to churn out 3d remakes and sequels. spike lee, what do you think about that? what's the future? >> see what the two guys who invented the blockbuster. mr. spielberg and mr. lucas. i can't top that. they hit the nail, they hit it right on the head. >> you have changed the way you are doing business. explain. >> well, my newest film, i'm raising money through kick st t starting, which is really about crowdfunding. like to say i've been doing kick starter before there was kickstarter. my first feature film yesterday was the 27th anniversary
Aug 3, 2013 6:30am PDT
>> it's stupid for the american government to require us to fully educate people with phds, and ship them out of the country and it takes american jobs away. >> "your money" starts right now. >> cars that drive themselves and balloons that provide internet access to the most remote corners of the earth, and the search engine so popular it's a verb, google. and showing off the latest foray into your digital lives. a digital phones that listens to you. we wanted to know how the chairman of the massive company would change the course here at home. of course it has 11.5 million americans out of work, and 14% unemployed, and most frustrat g frustrating, this comes at a time when leaders in technology like eric schmitt says they have the jobs but can't find workers capable of filling them. >> they are not producing quite the right people. there is plenty of jobs for sophisticated manufacturing and some form of vocational training that is high-end and learning how to run numerical controlled machines and these sorts of things, and they are all in short supply. gas production and
Aug 25, 2013 12:00pm PDT
planet? >> they're going to use it to we the side what kind of government they want. getting a cess to health care for the first time ever, connect with family hundreds of miles away that they haven't seen in decades. >> find out what else. "your money" starts right now. >>> nasdaq shutting down. microsoft steve balmer stepping down. technology rules the world and all this while facebook's mark zuckerberg says he wants to wire the world. i'm christine romans. this is "your money." nasdaq's nightmare put your retirement at riff. it shows once again that the computers run the stock market and humans don't yet know how to manage the risks created by the rise of the machines. so what happens if we wire the world? that's just one of the reasons i headed over to the "new day" set to speak with my colleague in the morning chris cuomo about what he learned from mark zuckerberg this week. you asked him about his new plan to connect the world. he's changed the world once. he wants to do it again. >> it's obvious to look at this about growing market, right, and the mobile space. mark zuckerber
Aug 3, 2013 11:00am PDT
are the paychecks barely enough to keep millions of u.s. workers out of poverty. christine romans has answers. "your money" starts now. >>> record highs in the stock market. the biggest jump in home prices in seven years, but americans walking off the job, protesting what they call poverty wages. i'm christine romans, and this is "your money." are we one america with two economies? america is the land of opportunity, right? >> you can choose policies that invest in our middle class and create new jobs and grow this economy so that everybody has a chance to succeed. >> that was 2008. four and a half years later, the president's supporters are wishing for a little less hope and a little more change. >> doing nothing doesn't help the middle class. >> so what's the president doing? four speeches in seven days. >> if folks in washington really want a grand bargain, how about a grand bargain for middle class jobs? >> but while washington waits for a bargain, millions of american workers feel they're getting a raw deal. fast food workers across the country who say they can't afford to live where they work,
Aug 24, 2013 6:30am PDT
zuckerberg's plans to connect the entire planet. >> they will use it to decide what kind of government they want and get health care for the first time ever and connect with families hundreds of miles away that they have not seen in deck kwreudz. >> "your money" starts right now. >>> nasdaq shutting down. microsoft ceo stepping down. yahoo's myer upside down. technology rules the world and all of this, while mark says he wants to connect the world. humans don't know how to manage the risk created by the rise of the machines. so what happens if we wire the world? that's just one of the reasons i headed over to the "new day" set to speak with my colleague, chris cuomo, to learn what he learned directly from mark zuckerberg this week. he changed the world once and he wants to do it again. >> it's obvious to look at this, the growing market and the growing space, and mark zuckerberg says it's not about making money for him, it's literally about changing the world. here we use things like facebook to share news, and catch up with our friends, but there, they are going to use i
Aug 10, 2013 6:30am PDT
knows a thing or two about sequels. >> what used to be the movie business, which was television at the movies, and that's the television business which has nothing to do with television. >> some are drawing viewers away from the theaters. what does the future go for movie goers that prefer film makers with big ideas but perhaps smaller wallets? spike lee has been telling original stories for decades, from "do the right thing," to "inside man," one of my favorites, but what does the future lack like for producers that don't want to turn out sequels. >> what mr. speilberg and lucas said, i can't top that, they hit the nail right on the head. >> you have changed the way you are doing business. explain. >> well, my newest film, i am raising money through kick start, which is really about crowd funding. i thraoeubg say that i have been doing kick starter before there was kick starter, and yesterday's film, the 27th anniversary of it, and the budget was $175,000, and so there was no internet, and social media for me was writing letters, writing post cards, and licking envelopes and st
Aug 17, 2013 6:30am PDT
in information he voluntarily turns over to third parties. >> you can choose not to give us this information, but if you give it to us, we can do a better job of getting services to you. >> why is the u.s. government looking over your shoulder? >> america is not interested in spying on regular people, and our focus is finding information necessary to protect our people and protect our allies. >> i want to bring in the former directeder of the national cyber security center. rod, is the message here that we shouldn't put anything sensitive in e-mail or online that there is no expectation for privacy in what we do in a very technology-driven world? >> anything you put online is definitely at risk. i will say that. you can make some choices better than others to protect your privacy, but if you are e-mailing online, you are taking the risk that can be disclosed. >> we are clicking accept, and that is what happened to kyle in an episode of "south park." listen. >> what are you going to do to us? >> everything that you agreed to in the itunes conditions. >> we didn't read them. >> right, who just
Aug 24, 2013 11:00am PDT
to have full-time jobs. >> dolly martinez also told us she has $15,000 in student loans. the president is pushing to make college more affordable. listen. >> we can't price the middle class and everyone working to get into the middle class out of a college education. >> do you agree with him on college affordability? >> i certainly agree that college costs way, way too much, christine. i have two kids in college, so it is killing me financially. but i think the solution is not to keep throwing more and more federal dollars at these universities, i think the universities are the biggest scam going in america. there is no reason a college education should cost 30, 40, $50,000 a year. and by the way, i think there is good news on this score. i think you're going to see more and more people moving toward on-line education, cutting these costs of colleges. it circles back to what you were just talking about, christine. if people's salaries and wages are falling, how in the world can they afford to send kids to school when it's taking up more than half of their income? >> the one thing is, $
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